Kathy Johnson Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Husband, Career, ESPN

Kathy Johnson Biography

Katherine “Kathy” Johnson Clarke is a well known American retired artistic gymnast and Current sports commentator at ESPN. After almost 33 years of work as a television commentator and recognition as one of America’s best gymnasts in the world, Kathy Johnson Clarke joined the SEC Network in 2015 as an analyst.

Johnson, renowned for her endurance and perseverance in the sport, was among the first American gymnasts to win a significant international medal.

Kathy Johnson  Net Worth

Johnson has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million. Her job career is her main source of income. She  has been able to secure a decent fortune for herself from her career as a retired artistic gymnast and Current sports commentator at ESPN.

Kathy Johnson Salary

Johnson receives a respectable wage from her job. She receives an average annual salary of $150 Thousand.

Year 2023 2024
Kathy Johnson Salary $150 Thousand $160 Thousand
Kathy Johnson Net Worth  $1.5 Million   $2 Million

Kathy Johnson  Age

Kathy Johnson was born on September 13, 1959 in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S. As of 2023 she is 64 years old.

Kathy Johnson Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Johnson stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters or 175 centimeters), she exhibits an exquisite balance in her physique. Weighing approximately 46 kg (101 lbs), her body measurements are an enviable. Her hair color is blonde and eye color blue.

Kathy Johnson Parents

Johnson was born in United States by her parents. We tried to learn more about her family, but were unsuccessful because no such information is available in the public. Therefore, it is still unknown who her parents are. Furthermore, it is unknown if she has any siblings. Once the information is available, we will update this section.

She was raised in Indialantic, Florida, at an early age. For an elite gymnast, she started gymnastics relatively late at the age of twelve. But in just four years, she had advanced to elite competition, finishing 42nd at the 1975 AAU National Championships. She placed twelfth at the Olympic Trials and 23rd at the US National Championships in 1976.

Kathy Johnson Husband

Johnson, the accomplished and contented woman, found her happiness in the sacred bond of matrimony with her loving husband, the esteemed actor Brian Patrick Clarke. Their union is a testament to the enduring power of love and the joy that comes from sharing life’s journey with a beloved partner.

Their love story is a heartwarming tale of two individuals who found in each other not only companionship but also a deep and abiding connection. Their shared journey as a married couple is marked by the experiences, trials, and triumphs that have further strengthened their bond over time.

Kathy Johnson  Kids

In her role as a loving and caring mother, she had the privilege of raising two wonderful sons, named Sean and Cary. These young boys brought immeasurable joy and fulfillment into her life as she watched them grow and develop into the remarkable individuals they were destined to become.

Sean and Cary became the center of her world, and every day was filled with moments of shared laughter, learning, and love. As a mother, she dedicated herself to nurturing their talents, guiding their moral compass, and providing unwavering support as they embarked on their unique journeys through life.

Kathy Johnson Career

After almost 33 years of work as a television commentator and recognition as one of America’s best gymnasts in the world, Kathy Johnson Clarke joined the SEC Network in 2015 as an analyst.

Before coming to the SEC Network, Clarke worked for all three networks, doing radio and television commentary for ESPN and ABC Sports. She covered a variety of gymnastics events, such as the World Championships and the Olympics.

Clarke is one of the few American women in history to take home an individual medal in gymnastics competition from both the World Championship and the Olympics.

She won a silver and bronze medal at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles as the captain of two Olympic teams (the 1980 and 1984 teams) and four World Championship teams. During her extensive career, she was named Gymnast of the Year twice by USA Gymnastics, an accomplishment made even more impressive by the fact that the two titles were awarded eight years apart (1977 & 1985).

A passionate supporter of children’s education, health, and well-being, Kathy also works as a volunteer at neighborhood schools close to her Orlando, Florida, home. She is one of the most well-known and well-respected “voices” in the gymnastics community and serves as a spokesperson for Childhelp’s Blow the Whistle on Child Abuse campaign.

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